Forgive me, dear readers and listeners. It has been more than two months since my last post and more than 11 months since my last Atomic Show podcast.
It has been a refreshing pause in my atomic information sharing activities. I haven’t been completely separated from the fray. I’ve been keeping up with my reading and logging some brief commentaries on Twitter. Even if you don’t have an account on that service, you can visit my feed and take a look at the stream of consciousness commentary.
During my hiatus, I came across a thoughtful paper titled Global Future of Nuclear Energy by David Gargaro, an author who wasn’t yet known to me. I made contact with David and quickly realized that he would be an interesting guest for the Atomic Show.
When I found out that he was a professional orchestra director prior to deciding to study nuclear energy policy and the potential for nuclear energy to be a game changer in the fight to arrest CO2 emissions, I decided I needed to introduce him to Generation Atomic’s Eric Meyer.
For those of you who don’t know Eric, he is a talented opera singer who has been using his attention getting voice to break barriers, calm cranky crowds, and entertain his fellow atomic advocates.
After several schedule challenges, the three of us finally got together on Tuesday, Jan 15. It has taken longer than usual for me to complete the process of putting together the show, but it’s finally ready to share. I hope you’ll be entertained and inspired.
Note: This episode of the Atomic Show was recorded with several modifications of the software infrastructure I use to record and process the shows. I hope you will notice some improvements, but I’d be happy to hear any criticisms or constructive comments.